Stewart et al v. EQ Industrial Services, Inc.
ORDER granting 71 Motion for Leave to Appear and granting 73 Motion for Leave to Appear. Counsel should read the order in its entirety for critical deadlines and information. Signed by Magistrate Judge James E. Gates on 11/18/2011. (Marsh, K)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT
IN THE UNITED STATES OF NORTH CAROLINA
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
JASON STEWART and PATRICIA
ORDER DENYING APPOINTMENT
CHRISTOPHER YORK MAKEPEACE,
EQ INDUSTRIAL SERVICES, INC. and
EQ HOLDING COMPANY,
This case comes before the court on the issue ofappointment ofcounsel for Christopher York
Makepeace ("defendant"). Defendant has submitted a Financial Affidavit for purposes of such
This case comes before the court on a motion (D.E. 71, 731) filed by plaintiffs Jason Stewart
appointment (CJA Form 23). Defendant has failed to complete the "Obligations and Debts" section
and Patricia Creta (collectively “plaintiffs”) to allow their counsel, Henry Dart, to appear by
of the form and has failed to enter the date on which he executed the form. Without a complete
telephone at the hearing scheduled for 22 November 2011. Plaintiffs’ co-counsel will appear at the
application, the court is not able to determine whether defendant is entitled to appointment of
conference in person. Defendants do not oppose plaintiffs’ motion. For good cause shown, the court
counsel. The appointment of counsel is therefore DENIED without prejudice to reconsideration of
ALLOWS plaintiffs’ motion. Mr. Dart is to contact courtroom deputy Shari Powers at (919) 645such appointment after the filing of a new Financial Affidavit which contains the missing
1734 before the close of business on 21 November 2011 to make appropriate arrangements for the
This order shall be filed under seal.
SO ORDERED, this ____ day of November 2011.
SO ORDERED, this 23rd day of May 2011.
James E. Gates
United States Magistrate Judge
The motion appears to have been inadvertently filed twice.
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